Skip to comments.The Rush Limbaugh LIVE Radio Show Thread - January 11, 2012
Posted on 01/11/2012 8:20:41 AM PST by IMissPresidentReagan
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Wake me up after the November election.
Good morning, megaRushDoesPostNewHampshireCommetsdittos from Biggirl!:)=^..^=
Right now, I’m praying for someone to jump into the race that I can really support. Namely, “Place me in a drug induced coma until 2016”.
Jonah Goldberg: The most persuasive case for Romney has always been that if hes the nominee, the election will be a referendum on Obama. But that calculation always assumed that rank-and-file Republicans will vote for their nominee in huge numbers no matter what. That may well still be the case, but it feels less guaranteed every day. Every four years, pundits and activists talk about how cool it would be to have a brokered convention. This is the first time I can remember where people say it may be necessary. http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/news/2831460/posts
Michelle Malkin: Michael Corleone said to keep your friends close, but your enemies closer. But what, pray tell, do we do with our frenemies? This is the awful election-year quandary of movement conservatives. And everything you need to know about our heartache can be summed up in one image: 2008 presidential election loser John McCain and Mitt Romney together on the campaign trail. [.....] A career politician for the past 30 years, McCain set the stage for the suicidal anti-capitalist rhetoric now polluting the GOP primary. Four years ago this month, during a GOP primary debate held at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, it was McCain up on stage denigrating Romneys private-sector experience. Asked whether he thought Romneys record as CEO made him qualified to lead, McCain snarked: I know how to lead. I led the largest squadron in the United States Navy. And I did it out of patriotism, not for profit.
Romney and McCain: The GOP Frenemies Club
Townhall.com ^ | January 11, 2012 | Michelle Malkin
Since I’ll probably be labeled as fatalistic, I’d better keep my mouth (or fingers) shut.
In other news, how ‘bout them Iranians? The USS Carl Vinson has just arrived in the ME.
My BF is worried that they are about to shut down the Hormonal Strait [sic].
You wrote: “Right now, Im praying for someone to jump into the race that I can really support.”
Never has a winner looked so beaten (Mitt)
New York Post ^ | January 11, 2012 | John Podhoretz
Perplexing but true: Mitt Romney is on the glide path to the most easily secured nomination a Republican presidential candidate has ever had while being one of the weakest major candidates either party has ever seen.
Paul will certainly stay in it with Romney all the way. Somebody has to. And that is not good news for the Republican Party, which will have to reckon with possibly ill-behaved Paul delegates at the convention in Tampa in August delegates who might heckle Romney from the floor and otherwise disrupt his coronation.
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You wrote: WHAT serious candates? Palin is the only one I can think of.
Not for nothing did she say this:
Jan 3, 2012
Palin: GOP better not marginalize Ron Paul and his supporters
Iran is scary, and we don’t have the proper person in power to deal with this situation. Truly am concerned about what is going on over there.
Hope he clarifies his “Newt” comments a bit today. It seems like everyone had a different take on what he said yesterday.
get your butt up...you got strawberries in the ground, melons on the vine,hummingbirds on the honeysuckle,and
Freepers on your right and left
Huge Palin supporter, here, but I will never, and I do mean with every fiber of soul, never support Ron Paul. His foreign policy is neither something I can accept, nor abide by.
I hope he sticks by what he says.
The party can start now. :)
BTW, I see Perry’s debate performances paid off accordingly, last night.
New Hampstershire barf vote bump.
Yhea... The ‘rats are “playing” rushbo’s “Operation $HRILLary” on the GOP. Ggrrrrr. :O
It’s as if they were confused and thought they were supposed to be picking the WORST candidates (though in that case, Paul and Romney’s numbers should reverse).